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  Paver and Concrete Restoration

It is common for people to believe that pavers and concrete are maintenance free.  Like everything in this world, it needs to be maintained to keep it looking beautiful and protected.  Sealing pavers and concrete is vital to minimizing and/or eliminating stains and to protect it from salt and oil.  Sealing pavers and concrete also changes the concrete on the molecular level to increase its strength and durability.  Let Roof-to-Deck Restoration safely clean your pavers or concrete and then keep it protected by sealing it.

 


Make your concrete beautiful again by protecting it. Contact us today by calling our toll free number, 1-877-687-3639, to receive your free quote.
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Treatment & Protection

As a porous material, unsealed concrete is prone to cracking and staining.  It is also vulnerable to penetration by a host of substances including oils, solvents, gasoline and salt.  When sealing concrete, it is important to match the sealer to the concrete and take into consideration how and where the concrete will be used. 

The right sealer for any given concrete surface depends on where it will be used and the conditions it will face.  An interior surface, like a garage or basement, may benefit from a different sealer than an outdoor application like a driveway.  Before selecting a sealer, a homeowner should have an idea as to the desired finished surface - glossy or low luster, slippery or rough.  Finally, concrete surfaces respond to a number of factors, including regional climate.

The following is why concrete needs to be sealed regularly:

  1. Strengthens concrete 10 to 15% in new concrete and 50 to 65% in older concrete
  2. Protects against freeze thaw problems
  3. Significantly prevents against:
    1. Chlorides (salts) aggressive corrosion
    2. Hydrocarbon penetration which lowers the ph in concrete causing corrosion
    3. Mold, mildew, oil, rust stains, damaging acids and chemicals
    4. Alkali silicate reaction, pitting, flaking, scaling, aggregate popping and hairline cracks

Our process involves using a rotary surface cleaner and environmentally friendly cleaning solutions.  We do not risk damaging your concrete through high pressure.  Our medium pressure process relies on concrete cleaners to clean your concrete to the greatest result possible without removing a layer of your concrete which occurs when high pressure is used.  We then seal your concrete with a sealer that gives your concrete the beautiful look you want. 

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